Will Smith says that he stopped watching Jada Pinkett Smith’s hit talk show: ‘They telling all our business’

Will Smith stopped watching Jada Pinkett Smith's

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Will Smith stopped watching Jada Pinkett Smith’s “Red Table Talk.”
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Will Smith says that he stopped watching his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s hit Facebook Watch series called “Red Table Talk.”

“I don’t watch anymore,” Smith said of the show, which is hosted by Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith (their daughter), and Adrienne Banfield Norris (his mother-in-law). “They telling all our business.”

During an appearance on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Tuesday, Smith added that his family members didn’t give him a heads up regarding the personal information they planned to share on “Red Table Talk,” which is currently in its second season.

Smith added: “It’s actually fantastic, the episodes I could bear.”

The “Aladdin” star went on to praise the women for having a “wide open, raw conversation across the generations about a cornucopia of topics.”

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Since premiering in 2018, “Red Table Talk” has covered an array of topics, like race, death, Scientology, mental illness, motherhood, and sex. Most recently, Pinkett Smith revealed that she had an “unhealthy relationship to porn” years ago when she wasn’t in a relationship and was practicing abstinence.

Smith also made an appearance on the show for a two-part episode that focused on his marriage to Pinkett Smith. The two stars tied the knot in 1997, welcomed two children together (Willow and Jaden Smith), and now refer to themselves as “life partners.” On the show, they spoke candidly about their wedding day (which Pinkett Smith called “horrible”), how they first met, and how they’ve managed to stay together for more than two decades.

Watch the video below (Will Smith discusses “Red Table Talk” at 6:27).